Pair of Former Colts Earn NFLE Honors

As another NFL Europe season comes to a close, the league selected it's roster of All-NFL Europe Team players consisting of the top players from around the league. While none of the current Colts in NFLE were selected, two former Colts were recognized.

Two former Colts were named to the All-NFL Europe League Team this week.

Skyler Fulton, who signed with Indianapolis back in 2004 as an undrafted free agent out of Arizona State, was one of three wide receivers honored. Fulton didn't make the Colts roster and signed with the Vikings in 2005. But after a rib injury, he was released in early August. Fulton is now trying to make it with the NFC Champion Seattle Seahawks after a terrific season with the Amsterdam Admirals. Fulton set a league record with six consecutive 100-yard receiving games, and finished off his season by leading the league in receptions (53), receiving yards (992) and average (18.7 yards per catch).

Anthony Floyd was named to the All-NFL Europe League Team on the defensive side of the ball, just one of two safeties to earn the honor. Floyd played for the Berlin Thunder, representing the Houston Texans. Floyd initially signed with the Buffalo Bills back in 2003 but was released in time for the Colts to pick him up. He made the team's roster but jumped on and off the practice squad that year. He saw more action in 2004, finishing his two-year stint in Indy with 17 game appearances and 56 tackles. Floyd finished his 2006 NFLE campaign with four interceptions.

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